Magnificent Seven (professional wrestling)

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The Magnificent Seven was a professional wrestling heel group in WCW.[1]


The "Magnificent Seven" was formed and led by Ric Flair in January 2001 in WCW. The group included WCW World Champion Scott Steiner and his valet, Midajah, his brother WCW US Champion Rick Steiner, Jeff Jarrett, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell and Road Warrior Animal.

The group formed at the Sin pay-per-view on January 14, 2001. Scott Steiner was defending his title in a 4-way match that included Sid Vicious, Jarrett and an unnamed wrestler. Flair inserted Animal as the mystery man and recruited Jarrett so Steiner could keep his title. In a sign of things to come for WCW, none of it was needed as Sid broke his leg when he came off the ropes for a move.

Flair was the on-screen CEO of WCW and he had Animal team with WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero, Jr. for his matches against other cruiserweights.

The group feuded with Ernest Miller, Kevin Nash, Dusty Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes, KroniK, Booker T, and Diamond Dallas Page. They remained active until Vince McMahon purchased WCW and they broke up before the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro.


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